Who We Are
We are a community that welcomes The Christ, The Risen One who is revealed in the story of every person.
We Welcome ...
- People of all ages - Children, youth, young adults, middle aged and elderly.
- People of every marital status - Single, married, divorced, separated, widowed and remarried.
- People of many cultures - Races, national origins, languages, and religious backgrounds.
- People of all life experiences - Straight, gay and lesbian.
- People native born & immigrants - Documented and undocumented.
- People of all economic backgrounds - The poor, the middle class and wealthy.
- People who struggle with hardships - Disabilities, handicaps, mental illness and addiction.
St. Julie Billiart Parish is a diverse, welcoming, and contemporary Catholic community nurtured by Word and Sacrament. The Table of Christ inspires our faith and commits us to bring His message of hope to the world.
- To embrace all people as children of God respecting all cultures, lifestyles, and socio-economic backgrounds.
- To advocate for those with no voice and reach out and care for those in need.
- To educate our community about Catholic social justice teachings.
- To strengthen religious education programs which foster more in- depth faith foundations for individuals and families in the parish.
- To promote responsible stewardship through the contribution of ideas, time, talent, and financial support.
- To encourage, appreciate and recognize volunteer participation.
- To enrich our parish lay leadership and recruit and train new leaders.
- To empower youth, young adults and lay ministers to have an active role in shaping the future of our parish.
- To keep parishioners informed on issues and opportunities for involvement in our parish, our Church and our world.
- To celebrate joyful activities with our parish family and the local community.